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UPDATE: US-2 reopens in Mackinac County

 Photo courtesy: Michigan Department of Transportation Twitter
Photo courtesy: Michigan Department of Transportation Twitter (WLUC)
Published: Feb. 26, 2019 at 9:21 AM EST
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UPDATE: Tuesday 9:45 p.m.

US-2 between Worth Rd. and I-75 has officially reopened, according to MDOT.

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UPDATE: Tuesday, 3:30 p.m.

Snow plows are still out on US-2 Tuesday afternoon in Mackinac County, working to get the highway reopened between Worth Rd. and I-75.

The Michigan Department of Transportation said it's taking longer than expected.

As of 3:30 p.m., the road was still closed. Drivers can use Worth Rd. and M-123 as a detour.

The nearly 30-mile stretch of highway has been closed since Sunday evening due to whiteout conditions and heavy snowfall.

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Snow plows are out on US-2 Tuesday morning, working to get the highway reopened between Worth Rd. and I-75 in Mackinac County.

MDOT says plows are tackling heavy drifting, but the road should reopen later Tuesday morning.

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The nearly 30-mile stretch of highway has been closed since Sunday evening due to whiteout conditions and heavy snowfall.

Drivers can use Worth Rd. and M-123 as a detour.

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